Posted on Thu, Sep. 30, 2010 Bail set at $1 million for accused ‘Nova student killer By Peter Mucha and Bonnie L. Cook Inquirer Staff Writers Bail set at $1 million for accused ‘Nova student killer By Peter Mucha and Bonnie L. Cook Inquirer Staff Writers Bail was set at $1 million cash for a 21-year-old West Philadelphia man facing multiple charges, including vehicle theft and homicide, in the Bryn Mawr crash that took the life of one Villanova student and left another in critical condition. Kenneth Woods, 21, who was arrested at 11:05 p.m. Wednesday without incident at his home in the 4000 block of Aspen Street, professed his innocence during and after a preliminary hearing in district court. "I have no clue what's happening," he said after being advised of his rights in court. Afterward, while being led to a police vehicle, Woods wearing a bright blue Cookie Monster sweatshirt, denied any involvement. Police said Woods, who was driving with a suspended license, was identified by a palm print found in the stolen Range Rover involved in the crash and a cellphone left in the vehicle. Woods told reporters he wasn't in the Range Rover, he didn't steal it, and he wasn't the person in a picture found in the cellphone. The police said he had prior arrests, but would not elaborate. Philadephia court records show that Woods has three arrests for assault, drug possession and smoking and has only been convicted of smoking. ------------------
This character is obviously no genius but there is no denying he has cojones. "I have no clue what's happening" That's priceless. As I surmised, the dude is a druggie. Not comprehending how you can be convicted of smoking and not posession. In order to be smoking it, you have to be in posession, don't you? Obviously cut a deal. Wonder how much other stuff he's gotten away with? Mark my word, a bigtime defense attorney like Coard will be defending this character.